Day 17 is a fail, didn’t know where I was go with this one, so she looks stiff and disproportionate. Tomorrow will hopefully be better. Also I think I’m starting to get sick.
FW Acrylic ink, Water, Brush, Kuretake Brush Pen in Wine, and White Gel Pen.
Messing around with a brush pen. I really like how it created such fluffy feathers.
Still trying to draw feathers. Not so great attempts this time.
Prismacolor Verithin in Dahlia Purple.
… of prey! Perregrine falcons to be specific, I’ve been seeing a few (unless it’s the same one) in my backyard lately. I always love seeing these guys out and about in the city.
Still expanding my drawing skills, but this was specifically learning to draw feathers so that they a) look like feathers, b) look soft and fluffy, and c) be fast to draw. You can see this better in the image on the right. I don’t know if I succeeded.
Prismacolor Verithin in Dahlia Purple
I have 4 budgies, usually during the day they are free to fly about the living room in joyous harmony. They have a number of perches to sit on, the fig tree in the corner (eaten alive), the branch installed in front of the back door so they can watch birdies outside, and everywhere else, (including the wind chimes Pickle loves to hide behind). They basically have free range of the main floor.
One day, they were playing around the living room, they landed on their cage like this ^. I know it’s hard to tell from my super quick doodle, but it looked so much like a little conversation between Pickle (Left), Storm-born (Middle) and Cloud (Right). I have no clue why, but I was left with an idea of them humanized, in full Victorian regalia.
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Quick sketch of a woman wearing a cloche hat. It needs more flowery things. But this will happen to decorated a cover of a journal or sketchbook at some point in time.
Done using 0.5 mm mechanical pencil (has pink cats on it).